With a classically masculine silhouette, men’s shirt jackets are a wardrobe staple. Read on for our picks.
A rugged cotton outer layer, warm inner layer and special design elements like brass snaps make this a true classic. Legendary Whitetails
If you’re planning on layering your shirt jacket over other bulky items like sweatshirts or flannels, be sure to check whether the jacket you’re interested in has a relaxed fit. If not, you may want to size up.
Warm layering piece with a relaxed fit and six plaids to choose from. Wrangler
Most shirt jackets don’t have simple collars like your average button down. But if you live in a drizzly climate, you may want to opt for one with a hood—just flip it up when things get misty.
Made from the highest quality material, this overpiece boasts real horn buttons and a leather under collar. Billy Reid
Most shirt jackets are made from rugged cotton/polyester blends and flannel (flannel linings are especially common, because they’re so soft and warm). But higher-end jackets may be crafted from wool—the warmest and most durable fabric for a jacket this style. A wool piece won’t just look sharp, it’ll last forever with proper care.